These Happy Golden Years

By Laura Ingalls Wilder

Laura Ingalls, though still a student herself, begins teaching in small schools and sewing to earn tuition money for Mary's education. Whether working hard in town, teaching, living on her family's claim on the Dakota prairie, or finally deciding to marry Almanzo, Laura realizes how lucky she is to have her warm, happy family.

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